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Networking Essentials and IP Addressing  

This course presents operating system-independent network theory to better prepare participants for a wide range of network technologies and courses, including Cisco routing and Windows Server. It helps participants build the skills they need on the job and for professional certification—including the CompTIA Network + credential. Practice with IP addressing and sub-netting is included.

Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:

Discuss TCP/IP and describe how packets are transferred across networks

Design network topology

Select network cabling

Understand the role of the Network Interface Card

Plan wireless

Understand network architecture

Understand network standards and the OSI Model

Define network protocols

Examine network connectivity: devices and services

Design and install a network

Ensure hardware compatibility

Establish network shares and accounts

Ensure network security

Print on a network

Troubleshoot a network

Audience: This course is designed for network administration professionals and Net+ Certification exam candidates. Required Prerequisite Knowledge: You must be familiar with the operation and support of stand-alone personal computers prior to taking this course.

 

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